Classroom visuals are the keys to success when explaining procedures especially for little learners throughout the year. Use this bundle to help your students understand classroom routines and expectations. I laminated each sheet and used them as I taught each routine. Then they are displayed around my classroom to refer to throughout the year. Visuals can be such a sanity saver in your classroom because students will no longer have to guess what is expected, they will know the routines and what to do.
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Classroom Procedure Visuals Editable Classroom Procedure Visuals also editable to type your own rules and expectations.
• Sitting at the rug
• Walking in the hallway
• Lining up
• Sitting in your chair
• Bathroom break
• Getting a drink
• Morning Routine
• Working in Groups
• Voice Levels
• When you Need Help
• With Visitors
After I introduce the visuals I assign my teacher helper to display our directions before each activity. It allows my students to review the directions before we get started and gives ownership to my class.
• Number Circles 1-6
• Direction Cards: write, cut, glue, color, write name, fold, highlight, clean up area, read, morning tubs, put in mailbox, and raise hand
• Two blank EDITABLE cards to type what you need
Bathroom Procedure Visuals
After I explain bathroom procedures I hung up the half sheet visuals in our bathroom so that the students would remember each step.
• Full Page step by step bathroom instructions
• Half page signs with instructions to hang up and display
Strong and Weak Choices and Classroom Expectations
Use these discussion cards to help you talk about strong and weak choices with your students. Classroom Expectation Posters also included to display and refer to throughout the year.
The following items are included:
• Two Poster Sets (One with Solid Border/One with Soft Bright Colors)
• Half Sheet Discussion Prompts (Words & Picture)
• Classroom Expectation Posters (2 sets)
The following Strong Choices are Included:
• Clean Up
• Play Nicely
• Help Each Other
• Sit Nicely
• Hands and Feet to Self
The following Weak Choices are Included:
• Laughing at Friends
• Jumping off the Playground Equipment
• Pulling Hair
• Climbing up the Slide
The following Class Expectation Posters are Included:
• We Clean Up
• We Help Each Other
• We Share
• We Raise our Hand
• We Keep our Hands and Feet to Ourselves
• We Walk
Flexible Seating Visuals Editable
Flexible Seating can be such a valuable tool in the classroom. Students love having the option to find a just right spot to sit and work! Modeling expected behavior while using these tools is so important in order for students to be successful and use them appropriately. Use these visuals to help as you introduce and practice using flexible seating in your classroom. Then display the visuals in your classroom to refer to throughout the year. Signs also included to help manage the flexible seating in your classroom. Flexible Seating Visuals also editable to type your own rules and expectations.
The following Flexible Seating options are included:
• Bean Bag
• Crate Seat
• Floor Pillow
• Floor Mat
• Scoop Rocker
• Stability Ball
• Wobble Stool
Manners are Magical
I am a firm believer that visuals are important to help little learners understand and know what is expected of them. Use these manner visuals and emergent reader at the beginning of the year to discuss a variety of manners to help build a strong classroom community. Display or have them easily accessible throughout the year to refer to as needed. Perfect after a long break to refresh and go over. Your students will love the colorful signs! They can keep their book in their book box to read throughout the year or take home to discuss with their families.
The following manners are included:
• We Cover our Mouth when we Sneeze
• We Say Please and Thank You
• We Raise our Hand
• We Share our Supplies
• We Sit Quietly and Listen when others are Talking
• We say Sorry
• We Take Turns and wait Patiently
• We wait Patiently for our Turn to Talk
• We eat with our Mouth Closed
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